New Jewelry Favorites

As the summer months fast approach, here at Team OP, we’re hankering after some precious gems to adorn ourselves and our seasonal ensembles with… Allow us introduce you to a few jewelry designers that we simply can’t get enough of.

Not only are these brands entirely unique, but amongst them, stand for a tireless approach to craftsmanship, sustainability and support vital causes. Inspired by the arts, antiques and destinations around the world, we’re entirely captivated and think you will be to.

David Morris

Based in the heart of London, with a customer base that includes Royalty and exclusive collectors, Jeremy Morris is charged as principle designer at his father’s eponymously titled jewelry atelier. Famed for their unique designs, using the highest-quality jewels; bespoke pieces are still personally overseen by Morris at their New Bond Street flagship.


Established in the 1940s, Kentshire Galleries is one of the world’s most renowned dealers of period jewelry. Based in New York, at their Rockerfella Plaza HQ, in Bergdorf Goodman and Opening Ceremony, the business sees three generations overseeing operations and their exquisite collections from bridal to costume and objet d’art.

Giuliana Mancinelli

Giuliana Mancinelli Bonafaccia launched her line in 2011, after studying architecture, interior design and gemology. Exclusively made in Italy, the designer calls upon her background for inspiration, specialising in unusual materials such as brass, ruthenium and plexiglass, resulting in angular and intriguing contemporary pieces.

Monica Vinader

With a covetable foundation built on stackable rings and friendship bracelets, bridging the gap between fashion and fine jewellery, British brand Monica Vinader holds personalisation and sustainable sourcing close to its heart. Making the perfect gift, Vinader’s wearable designs can be engraved while the designer continues to oversee each and every piece. With production taking place in India, where every stone is cut by hand, you can be assured each design is completely unique.


An East Coast native, Yuwei’s heritage stems from Balinese art, discovered on a trip by the brand’s founder. The geometry and lines found in these paintings continue to inspire collections. Yuwei is also a partner of the United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence against Women, with 100% of their beautifully ornate gold plated and orange citrine Opportunity Initiative exclusive jewelry collection going to the cause.

About the Author

Based just outside London, Sarah-Leigh Bunting is a seasoned editor and marketer, having worked with some of the world's biggest fashion and interior brands and retailers. In 2012 Sarah-Leigh co-founded What Peggy Did Next (, an event and communications agency based in the UK. You can follow Sarah on... Instagram - @sarah_leigh_b Twitter - sarah_leigh_b Facebook -